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Donations can be dropped off at Samaritan House, 4031 Pacific Blvd., third floor, in San Mateo from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Costumes may also be purchased through the Samaritan House Amazon Wishlist at http://bit.ly/Halloween_SH2013 and shipped directly to the nonprofit agency. In addition, on Sept. 12, Samaritan House honored 176 of its 2,000 annual volunteers in 18 program areas for their outstanding service. Two longtime volunteers and sisters, Ana Maria Jackson and Paula Corona, both of San Mateo, were presented the highest honor, the Kelly Award, at the event, which was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Foster City. Since coming to Samaritan House more than 10 years ago, the two women have volunteered in many capacities for Samaritan House — from wrapping gifts for the holiday program to helping with food and toy distributions to volunteering in the pantry three times a week. Both sisters remark that the exercise they get in the pantry helps keep them fit, and that their doctors are very proud of them.
Living up to the motto “Neighbor Helping Neighbor,” Samaritan House volunteers are dedicated to helping their community, Their wide variety of services include delivering food, providing translation services to clients, and local professionals provide free medical and dental care, The 2013 Sammy Award recipients are, • Administration — blue ballet flats Louise Delafield, • Bread Basket — Trader Joe’s team, • Client Services — Mary Lynn Ruiz, • Dining Room — Chris O’Leary..
• Finance/Development — City Auction Crew. • Food Pantry — Ana Maria Jackson and Paula Corona, who also received the Kelly Awards. • Holiday Program — Saia (George) Bourke. • Kids’ Closet — Susan Campo. • Kitchen — Pat Bader and Leonor Sanchez de Cordoza. • Mobile Meals — Eric Leong and Ashish Swarup. • Redwood City Medical Clinic — Dr. Burt McDowell and Mimi McDowell, registered nurse. • Redwood City Dental Clinic — Dr. Rob Cisneros.
• Safe Harbor — Dominick De Bellis, • San Mateo Medical Clinic — Dr, Rosemary A, Buduan, • San Mateo Dental Clinic — Elena Ylundain, • Saturday Kitchen — Sai Baba Center of San Bruno, • blue ballet flats Wee Care Schools, • Special Programs — Kerry Hyman, To learn more about Samaritan House, which has been helping families regain self-sufficiency since 1974, visit www.samaritanhousesanmateo.org or call 650-341-4081, “When you are hungry nothing else matters.” said Marilyn Baker-Venturini, Meals on Wheels director for Peninsula Volunteers, “Over 12,000 seniors in San Mateo County are threatened by hunger every day, Please help us to feed them.”..
The Meals on Wheels program prepares and delivers more than 130,000 hot nutritious meals per year to those in need here in our county — over half of them right in their own homes. The seniors also receive safety-wellness checks, as the drivers are often the only human contact the homebound senior has that day. Funding of safety net services for frail and low-income seniors has been greatly as a result of the recession as well as state and local budget cuts. Food and transportation costs are also rising, all of which is resulting in Meals on Wheel receiving more requests than ever before as our community members age — 67 percent of meal recipients live alone and 100 percent suffer from illness, incapacity and other conditions affecting their independence.
To learn more about Dine Out and to locate a participating restaurant near you, visit: www.PenVol.org/events, All residents of the 14th Congressional District and Assembly District 22 are welcome, The event is free, “We will have workshops teaching you how to ace your interview, how to avoid the 10 most common mistakes in your job search, how to advance your career, how to effectively use LinkedIn, and more,” wrote Speier on her website, “You will be able to review your resume and practice your interviewing skills blue ballet flats with experts.”..
Food and beverages will be available for purchase or bring your own lunch. For reservations, sign up online at: www.speier.house.gov or call 650-342-0300. • Oct. 18, the carnival rides, booths, bar, and entertainment on the outside stage will be ongoing from 5 to 10 p.m., bingo begins at 5 p.m., and a Teen Dance featuring disc jockey “DJ Myky” and costing $15 at the door will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Parish Center. • Oct. 19, the carnival rides, booths, bar, contests, and entertainment will take place from noon to 10 p.m., bingo and a silent auction will be held, and the “General Store” is open from noon to 9 p.m.
Judging for a Chili Cook-Off at the Parish Center will start at 3:30 p.m, with the winner being announced at 4 p.m., followed by public tastings — $3 per tasting — from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m, Bring your best pot of chili and a burner or gas stove to the cook-off at 3 p.m, Awards will be presented to the top three winners, For more details, email Ray Jackson at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650-255-3903 or email Tim Phipps at: email@example.com or call 650-242-6863, • Oct, 20, one seating — reserved seating for a party of six or more — for a Sunday Champagne Brunch begins at noon, The cost is $20, adults; $5, kids 4-12 years of age; and free for 4 and under, Add $2 per ticket if tickets are bought after Oct, 18, Mail check to: St, Dunstan Church, Attn: Sunday Brunch, 1133 blue ballet flats Broadway, Millbrae, Calif., 94030, For questions, call Rose Garrison at 650-692-2230..